Chicago Coalition for the Homeless: Homelessness isn’t illegal

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Chicago Coalition for the Homeless Legal Director Patricia Nix-Hodes argues why the homeless should not be displaced, as construction is imminent at the viaducts in which many of them live. The Coalition threatens to sue the city of Chicago. Patricia explains how she thinks the city can work to provide comfortable living spaces for those people, even if construction were to occur.

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